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4 stars rating is mostly for the historical value of Collins contribution to the modern detective/mystery genre. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jazzman
Did not love it. Important historical novel but if you're not studying 19th century lit or genesis of detective stories, pass.Published 9 days ago by skfitzp
The writing is in the style of the mid- nineteenth century. I found it wordy by today's standards.Published 14 days ago by Joe Marston
One of the best books and certainly one of the best mysteries I have ever read. Along with his 'woman in white', ranks as one of the most engrossing mysteries I've read.Published 20 days ago by Sally L.
The Moonstone is a great yarn told with old-fashioned humour and beautiful language. Probably a little longer than necessary but a very enjoyable rad nonetheless.Published 24 days ago by tya nut
I adore this. I'm not entirely sure why, I just know it strikes me as intelligent and forward and I love the varied perspectives and how clear and vivid they all are.Published 1 month ago by Kira Budge
Just a wonderful read. I have read his other excellent book, "The Woman In White" which incidentally was made into a motion picture in the 40's. What a great writer.Published 1 month ago by Karen Lappe